Hello, My name is Wyatt and I'm having some trouble with my newly acquired NUC.
The model number: NUC5i3RYH
Ram: Crucial Memory 8GB DDR3 PC3 1.35V/204-pin
SSD: Kingston 120GB SSD
O/S: Windows 10 64bit
Drivers Installed: AUD_Win7_8.1_10_18.104.22.16873, BT_Win10_32_17.1.1532.1814, Chipset_Win7_8_8.1_10_10.1.1.9, GFX_Win7_8.1_10_64_22.214.171.12431, ME_Win7_8.1_10.0.38.1036_1.5M, BIOS: RYBDWi35.86A.0352.EB.WINPE64
The Problem: I can display output just fine to my Optoma HD66 projector utilizing a radioshack hdmi mini to hdmi adapter with a 1.4a hdmi cord when it is connected directly, but when I connect the NUC to my Pioneer VSX-520, the OSD says "searching" and the display will never show. I have also tried a Mini Display port to HDMI converter with no success when connected to the receiver.
What I've Tried: The default bios, I updated to the latest BIOS, Display Drivers, Audio Drivers, Network Drivers, BT Drivers, and it hasn't changed anything. I have a mini hdmi to hdmi cable that has never worked with the NUC to the Receiver. I've tried switching the resolution prior to connecting the NUC to the receiver and that hasn't helped. I've treid changing the refresh rate while attached directly to the projector prior to passing it through the receiver. I've tried to disable t
he "Profiles Automatic Triggers" in Preferences in the Graphics Control Panel.
Resolutions I've tried: 1024 x 768, 1280 x 720, 1280 x 768, 1920 x 1080.
Refresh Rates: 60p Hz, 59p Hz, 60i Hz, 50i Hz
This is super frustrating and I'm considering returning the device and leaving a negative product review. Please help!
Thank you for contacting the Intel® Communities.
We have encountered with different situations with receivers like the one you are using, related to HDMI not being detected.
Please try with the test drivers for HDMI in the following thread: Test Driver for HDMI Display Detection Issues
I look forward to hearing from you.